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Oct 16, 2012 11:00pm PDT
to jordan middle school and now must transfer to turman middle school. the school district says he's a risk to other children. therein lies the dilemma. when he was born, he had je ngec screening done. doctors found two markers that could lead to cystic fie bro sis. they say they have 11 years of clinical data that shows coleman does not have cystic fieb ro sis. >> they found him with a cyst on his forehead and essentially itch lemt a quo toe system is unnecessary. >> the palo alto unified school district did not want to go on camera instead releasing an e-mail position. part of it which states based on the advice of medical experts who stress the need for nonsibling cf patients to distance each other, we thought it best to place the stunoountst different campuses. >> the school had put on a white coat, diagnosed coleman without any doctor having seen him br and selected him to be excluded from the school. >> steven jaffe represents coleman and his family. they say the district's ds was made without talking to his doctor. >> it was rushed and even asked why it was rushed and i think there w
Oct 30, 2012 11:00pm PDT
a list of coordinators. so, no one knows if schools are complying or not. cheryl jordan is the assistant attendant of milpitas unified. after our investigation, is the official title ix coordinator. >> thank you for making us aware of this. >> reporter: everyone should know who the coordinator is at oakland unified. but of the 26 principals we e-mailed, only one knew the answer. >> that's concerning that more principals weren't aware who the title ix coordinator is. obviously, needs to be more vigilant in training in this area. as of san francisco -- >> it hasn't been brought to us as a concern by a parent or a student. >> reporter: because we're bringing it to you, it's not a concern. but if a parent were to bring it to you, it would be? >> we have shared your rights and opportunities. >> reporter: after talking to us for ten minutes. >> thank you very much. >> reporter: she walked out. >> overnight, i think, to make sure that title ix is being followed. >> reporter: the office of civil rights in d.c., told us they respond to complaints. but no one is enforcing title ix regularly. a spo
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